Money & Markets modules for Friday, Dec. 30
The Institute for Supply Chain Management issues its monthly Chicago business barometer, and oilfield services company Baker Hughes reports its weekly tally of oil and natural gas rigs. Wall Street closes out 2016 with the last day of trading.
Sears rose Thursday after the loss-making retailer said it had secured a $200 million lifeline in the form of a new line of credit.
A hard act to follow
When it comes to picking mutual funds, research shows that the old investment advice applies: past performance does NOT guarantee future results.
Bank of America (BAC)
Public Service Enterprise (PEG)
AngloGold Ashanti (AU)
Digital Realty Trust (DLR)
Micron Technology (MU)
Alger Capital Appreciation (ACAAX)
The fund's lofty fees have long been a hurdle, but since taking over in 2004 lead manager Patrick Kelly has topped the Russell 1000 Growth index by 2.5 percentage points.
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